Great portfolio. Very diversified, covers all grounds.
Would probably get rid of 20-30 shares in Ronaldo and stick it on Sterling personally.
Held him for a while.
I don't believe he's as big of a PB threat as before.
Yes he's the PK taker, but it'd need to be a GWG and a clean sheet for him to stand a chance of reaching a score in excess of 220+. Madrid also rarely keep a clean sheet.
Just not consistent enough for me to warrant a huge rise, but at that price, not much risk either.
How many people here actually adopt a purely short-term strategy so to speak?
I'm aware that the majority of intelligent traders on here adopt a varied and stylized approach, but if there any out there who trade on a very short-term basis, ie daily or weekly holds, what have you learnt?
For those who don't, i'd be interested to know your thoughts.
Reason i ask is because i've been on here for over a year, and have made a considerable amount of money through medium/long-term investment strategies. But i am now thinking of withdrawing my overall deposits, and trading purely with my profit, but in a more risky and active way- also to instill a little more fun.
Let me know what you guys reckon.
I hold 2 of the top 5, but have never held either Pogba or Neymar as i tend to chase capital appreciation more so than dividends.
That being said, i'm finally about to pull the plug and buy some serious amount in Pogba.
WIth constant transfer links, constantly being made a scapegoat in the media and his fantastic PB scores which will come round soon, he is one of the safest and most profitable holds until January in my opinion.
The more he falls, the better. Top-up while you can, because if you don't, you'll be kicking yourselves when he's back up towards £7 and topping that MB table.
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